SEARCH

Found 468 related files. Current in page 8

contoh sijil spm keputusan 1990

Medium Duty Application Guide - Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake

Any references in this catalog to company names or trademarks are solely for identification and cross reference purposes. Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC does not represent any parts shown as products manufactured or remanufactured by the companies so named herein. Any references in this catalog to company names or trademarks are solely for identification and cross reference purposes. © 2007 Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC. All Rights Reserved. Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC does not represent any parts shown as products manufactured or remanufactured by the companies so named herein. ©2007 Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC. All Rights Reserved. Many products are available in multiple grades or configurations. Refer to page 5 for details. Notes Year Replacement Part # Discard / Diameter Part Description Make & Model E122 / E123 Hardware Kit E124 Self Adjuster E148 / E149 Repair Kit AM TRAN BUS See INTERNATIONAL BLUEBIRD BUS TC2000 w/ Disc Brakes Frt & Rr Pads ABS exciter teeth in casting Frt Rotor Rr Rotor Brk M/Cyl Frt & Rr Cal 1990 - 1997 " " 1998 – 2004 … Medium-Duty Vehicle Application Guide Hydraulic Brake Parts Import & Domestic Heavy Duty Parts for Hard Working Vehicles Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC 901 Cleveland Street � Elyria, Ohio 44035 Phone: 440-329-9709 Toll-Free: 1-866-610-9709 Fax: 440-329-9203 Tech Support: 1-866-610-9709, option 2 www.foundationbrakes.com

History of Cornrow Braiding - ceuapproved

Cornrow Braiding Originates in Africa Cornrow braids are not only widespread in Africa, they are also quite ancient. This clay sculpture with cornrows is from the ancient Nok civilization of Nigeria. It may be as old as 500 B.C. As Peters (1990) notes in her essay on black hairstyle history: "Hieroglyphs and sculptures dating back thousands of years illustrate the attention Africans have paid to their hair. Braids were etched into the back of the head of the majestic sphinx." Cornrow hairstyles in Africa also cover a wide social terrain: religion, kinship, status, age, ethnicity, and other attributes of identity can all be expressed in hairstyle. Just as important is the act of braiding, which transmits cultural values between generations, expresses bonds between friends, and establishes the role of professional practitioner. There are a vast variety of traditional African styles, ranging from complex curves and spirals to the strictly linear composition of this 1939 Dan style from Côte d’Ivoire. The date of this photo, 1939, helps remind us that cornrows were invented long before the civil rights era in the United States. It might seem tempting to look at the original African styles as more "natural," and our computer geometry models as more "artificial." But stylized geometric models of cornrows are quite traditional to Africa. As we can see in this traditional Mende sculpture: Mathematics is also a traditional part of African hairstyles. ...

The Recent Credit Crunch: The Neglected Dimensions - St. Louis Fed

The Recent Credit Crunch: The Neglected Dimensions ONVENTIONAL WISDOM HAS IT THAT a credit crunch occurred in the U.S. economy in 1990-92, causing, or at least contributing to, the latest recession and jeopardizing the strength of the recovery. Much has been written about the causes and consequences of the credit crunch and about remedies for it? While the term is widely used, the precise definition of a credit crunch is not widely agreed upon. Credit crunches have in common, however, a slowing in the growth of—or an outright decline in—the quantity of credit outstanding, especially business loans at commercial banks. Analysts who espouse the credit crunch theory typically have a more specific definition in mind. In their view, a credit crunch arises from a reduction in the supply of credit. Accordingly, this article uses the term “credit crunch” to refer only to a reduction in the supply of credit. It addresses the credit crunch hypothesis by examining the existence and implications of competing potential sources of a decline in credit, including the recent ‘The Chairman of the Federal Reserve System, Alan Greenspan, has expressed concern over the slowing in credit growth and the extent to which it was induced by bank regulators’ attempts to raise bank capital. See Greenspan (1991). Other Federal Reserve officials who have expressed concern over the credit crunch during this period include LaWare (1991), Forrestal (1991) and Syron (1991). Concern over a potential global credit crunch has been raised by the Bank for International Settlements (1991) and Japan’s Economic Planning Agency [see Reuters (1991a)1. Concern for a national crunch has also surfaced in France [see Reuters (1991b)1. Also see O’Brien and Browne (1992). ...

Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Genetics, Fifth Edition

Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Genetics Todd A. Swanson, M.D., Ph.D. Resident in Radiation Oncology William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, Michigan Sandra I. Kim, M.D., Ph.D. Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Marc J. Glucksman, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Director, Midwest Proteome Center Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science The Chicago Medical School North Chicago, Illinois WITH EDITORIAL CONSULTATION BY Michael A. Lieberman, Ph.D. Dean, Instructional and Research Computing, UCit Distinguished Teaching Professor University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH Acquisitions Editor: Charles W. Mitchell Product Manager: Stacey L. Sebring Marketing Manager: Jennifer Kuklinski Designer: Holly Reid McLaughlin Compositor: Cadmus Communications Printer: C & C Offset Printing Copyright  2010 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins C 351 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 530 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 All rights reserved. This book is protected by copyright. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, including photocopying, or utilized by any information storage and retrieval system without written permission from the copyright owner. The publisher is not responsible (as a matter of product liability, negligence, or otherwise) for any injury resulting from any material contained herein. This publication contains information relating to general principles of medical care that should not be construed as specific instructions for individual patients. Manufacturers’ product information and package inserts should be reviewed for current information, including contraindications, dosages, and precautions. Printed in Hong Kong First Edition, 1990 Second Edition, 1994 Third Edition, 1999 Fourth Edition, 2007 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Swanson, Todd A. Biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetics / Todd A. Swanson, Sandra I. Kim, Marc J. Glucksman ; with editorial consultation by Michael A. Lieberman. — 5th ed. p. ;cm. — (Board review series) Rev. ed. of: Biochemistry and molecular biology / Todd A. Swanson, Sandra I. Kim, Marc J. Glucksman. 4th ed. c2007. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-7817-9875-4 (hardcopy : alk. paper) 1. Biochemistry—Examinations, questions, etc. 2. Molecular biology—Examinations, questions, etc. I. Kim, Sandra I. II. Glucksman, Marc J. III. Lieberman, Michael, 1950- IV. Swanson, Todd A. Biochemistry and molecular biology. V. Title. VI. Series: Board review series. [DNLM: 1. Biochemical Phenomena—Examination Questions. 2. Biochemical Phenomena—Outlines. 3. Genetic Processes—Examination Questions. 4. Genetic Processes—Outlines. QU 18.2 S972b 2010] QP518.3.S93 2010 572.8076—dc22 2009029693 The publishers have made every effort to trace the copyright holders for borrowed material. If they have inadvertently overlooked any, they will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity. To purchase additional copies of this book, call our customer service department at (800) 638-3030 or fax orders to (301) 223-2320. International customers should call (301) 223-2300. Visit Lippincott Williams & Wilkins on the Internet: http://www.LWW.com. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins customer service representatives are available from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm, EST. For Olga, Maxwell, Anneliese, and the eagerly awaited new addition to the Swanson clan. If not for you, all my efforts would be in vain.

menggunakan buku pelajaran dengan efektif.pdf - Staff UNY

Buku pelajaran merupakan salah satu sumber belajar yang memberikan andil cukup besar dalam upaya memperluas kesempatan memperoleh pendidikan dan meningkatkan mutu proses dan hasil pembelajaran (B.P. Sitepu, 2005: 114). Kebutuhan akan buku pelajaran semakin terasa ketika jumlah dan mutu guru yang tersedia belum memadai. Di tempat-tempat tertentu, masih banyak guru yang mengandalkan buku pelajaran sebagai satu-satunya sumber belajar dan pembelajaran. Guru mempersiapkan, melaksanakan, dan mengevaluasi pembelajaran dengan mengacu sepenuhnya pada isi buku pelajaran. Siswa juga menggunakan buku pelajaran di sekolah dan di rumah sebagai sumber belajar utama. Kebijakan tiap sekolah dalam memberikan buku pelajaran secara gratis untuk setiap siswa didasarkan pada prinsip perlakuan yang sama dan kesetaraan kesempatan. Karena alasan inilah, buku pelajaran secara luas digunakan dan bisa dipastikan akan terus digunakan sampai tahun-tahun mendatang. Hal ini terlihat dari keberterimaan yang relatif luas terhadap buku pelajaran sebagai sumber belajar yang berharga, khususnya bagi mata pelajaran Ilmu Pengetahuan Sosial (IPS). Oleh karena itu, penting bagi guru untuk mulai belajar bagaimana menggunakan buku-buku ini dengan efektif. Tulisan ini mencoba menawarkan cara menggunakan buku pelajaran IPS dengan efektif kepada para guru di sekolah dasar sehingga sedapat mungkin mampu memenuhi tuntutan kurikulum serta dapat meningkatkan mutu proses dan hasil pembelajaran. Kompleksitas Materi dalam Buku Pelajaran IPS Buku pelajaran IPS SD merupakan buku pegangan guru dalam menyajikan materi kurikulum. Apabila dicermati, meskipun penulisan buku tersebut sudah disesuaikan dengan tingkat kemampuan pembacanya, masih ada saja permasalahan yang berkaitan dengan kesulitan membaca yang dihadapi siswa. Hal ini bisa terjadi karena buku-buku ini dirancang untuk menangani konten substantif. Artinya, istilah dan konsep yang berkaitan dengan subjek harus digunakan ketika menjelaskan ide-ide yang disajikan. Sebagai contoh, dalam buku dituliskan  ...

KAJIAN TEORI - Deskripsi Teoretik Buku Pelajaran

Buku merupakan salah satu media pembelajaran yang berupa tulisan yang dituangkan ke dalam kertas atau buku dapat digolongkan ke media pembelajaran berupa media cetak. Dalam salah satu hierarki media yang paling kompleks yaitu menurut Gagne (dalam Arief Sadiman, 2011: 23), Gagne mennggolongkan media yang dikaitkan dengan kemampuan memenuhi fungsi menurut hierarki belajar yang dikembangkan yaitu pelontar stimulus belajar, penarik minat belajar, memberi kondisi eksternal, contoh perilaku belajar, memberi kondisi eksternal, menuntun cara berpikir, memasukkan alihilmu, menilai prestasi, dan pemberi umpan balik. Dari beberapa fungsi tersebut, Media cetak memiliki keterbatasan pada aspek stimulus dan alih kemampuan. Sedangkan pada fungsi pengarah perhatian/kegiatan, contoh kemampuan terbatas yang diharapkan, isyarat eksternal, tuntutan cara berpikir penilaian hasil dan umpan balik sudah terdapat didalamnya. Proses belajar mengajar pada hakikatnya adalah proses mentransfer ilmu maupun nilai agar peserta didik bertambah nilai dirinya. Menurut Arief Sadiman (2011: 11-12), proses belajar mengajar adalah proses komunikasi, yaitu proses penyampaian pesan dari sumber pesan melalui saluran media tertentu ke penerima pesan. Dalam hal ini saluran media merupakan media pembelajaran. Menurut Umar Suwito (dalam Suharsimi Arikunto, 1987: 15) media pembelajaran adalah salah satu sarana yang digunakan untuk menampilkan pelajaran. Sedangkan pengretian lebih luasnya, media pendidikan adalah sarana pendidikan yang digunakan sebagai perantara dalam proses belajar mengajar untuk lebih mempertinggi efektivitas dan efisiensi dalam mencapai tujuan pembelajaran. Fungsi dari media pembelajaran adalah (1) memperjelas penyajian pesan agar tidak terlalu bersifat versibilatas, (2) mengatasi keterbatasan ruang, waktu dan daya indra, (3) penggunaan media pendidikan secara tepat dan bervariasi dapat mengatasi sikap pasif peserta didik, dan (4) dengan sifat yang unik pada setiap anaka ditambah lagi dengan lingkungan dan pengalaman yang berbeda, sedangkan kurikulum dan materi pendidikan ditentukan sama untuk setiap siswa, maka guru banyak mengalami kesulitan bilamana semuanya itu harus diatasi sendiri (Arief Sadiman, 2011: 17). Pengelompokan berbagai jenis media telah dikemukakan oleh berbagai ahli. Menurut Leshin, Pollock & Reigulth (dalam Azhar Arsyad, 2011: 36) mengklasifikasikan media menjadi 5 macam, yaitu: 1. Media berbasis manusia (guru, instruktur, tutor, main peran, field-trip, kegiatan kelompok), 2. Media berbasis cetak (buku, penuntun, buku latihan (worksheet), alat kerja bantu, lembar lepas), 3. Media berbasis visual (buku, alat bantu kerja, bagan grafik, peta, gambar transparansi, slide), 4. Media berbasis audio visual (video, film, ...

Ancient artifacts for sale at very reasonable price   www.ancientresource.com

Ancient resource began buying and selling ancient artifacts in the late 1990's, born from a lifelong passion for ancient history. Ancient resource work with museums, universities, institutions, auction houses, galleries and collectors in 40 different countries across the globe.

Routine food sampling
by michael 0 Comments favorite 37 Viewed Download 0 Times

Why do we take food samples? The Food Safety Act, 1990 states that it is an offence for any food business to sell food which is:1. unfit for human consumption (Section 8(b)) 2. so contaminated that it would not be reasonable to expect it to be used for human consumption (Section 8(c)) 3. is not of the quality demanded by the purchaser (Section 14(I)) To ensure that food being sold in Shepway is safe to eat, we take routine food samples. Other agencies, such as KCC Trading Standards and Government Departments, may also take samples to check food composition and quality. This leaflet explains what kind of micro-organisms (or germs) we are looking for and why we are looking for them. How do we decide which foods to sample? We take part in various national and local food sampling programmes, along with colleagues in other local authorities. In addition we also sample foods that officers identify during routine food hygiene inspections as being particularly high risk, or where we have concerns about the way they are made or handled. How are samples taken? Sometimes food samples are taken over the counter, in the same way as a member of the public would buy them. This is so that we can test the standards at the point of sale. On other occasions we may sample one part of a food product before other ingredients are added. For example, we may want to examine a sandwich filling before it has been subjected to handling during the sandwich making process. When a sample is taken from a premises, it is bagged, tagged and transported under temperature-controlled conditions to the laboratory. What Standards does the food have to comply with? There are various types of microbiological criteria against which the laboratory can judge the quality and safety of the food. These are set out below. Microbiological Standards These are bacteriological criteria which a product is required to meet by law. They are enforced by the regulatory agencies which have ...

Proposed Amendment to the Human Factors Design Standard - FAA

SUMMARY The Federal Aviation Administration Human Factors Group received a comment pertaining to handrail height and tread depth. The comment suggested that the Human Factors Design Standard design criteria be updated so as to be consistent with the current building codes and international standards, reflecting more recent research on stair safety. The commenter stated that the current minimum tread depth in the HFDS of 24 cm (9.5”) is not safe and that building codes currently require a handrail height of 34-38”, not the 30- 34” currently cited in the HFDS. In response to the comment, we reviewed multiple sources of information on stair design including OSHA, ADAAG, ANSI, and international building codes. Upon reviewing the sources cited by the commenter and current established codes, we agree with the commenter that the section is outdated and should be amended. SPECIFIC PURPOSE AND ACTUAL BASIS OF AMENDMENT Exhibit 10.4.8.3.1 (B) and (G) should be amended to bring the requirements for handrail height and stair tread depth in accordance with other federal and international standards. The amendment is necessary to facilitate the safety of people at FAA facilities, protecting them from potential workplace hazards. Previous HFDS Exhibit 10.4.8.3.1 Exhibit 10.4.8.3.1 Design requirements for stair dimensions. [Source: UCRL15673, 1985; MIL-STD-1472D, 1989; MIL-HDBK-759B, 1992; MIL-STD1800A, 1990]

A Portal of Love Contemplation and Rejuvenation

Cathy and I were building our first web site in the mid 1990's. We had just bought the business from my family, first generation immigrants from Europe. Recently married we were full of enthusiasm and ideas. We decided to create a historical section to our new site knowing that the Lodge had been built circa 1886. Traveling that beautiful fall foliage day to the county courthouse to conduct our research, we remarked how we had been in and out of each other's lives beginning that first year my family moved to the Adirondacks.

 456789101112